Thank you for the invitation to try Aeropostal Latin America. As with the North African sceneries, the historical research is outstanding and the maps are fascinating. Also as before, the contributions by interested members have resulted in an excellent scenery package. I am still studying all the thread posts for a better understanding, but It appears that most of my observations have already been noted.
So far, most of my test flying has been in the Mendoza/Santiago area which is a very challenging part of the route for vintage aircraft. I notice that SB16 Mendoza does not appear to have a distinctive ground texture like the other airfields. Is this due to mesh elevation? The autogen trees which originally covered the airfield were removed with an exclude switch.
My deep appreciation to all who contributed to this scenario.